- The Ghana men's national football team is set to get a new jersey for their 2020-2021 football matches
- The most telling feature is the horizontal and vertical line design which runs through the front of the kit, in both the home and away jerseys
- Most Ghanaians say they are not pleased with the latest designs
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The Black Stars of Ghana appear to be about to adopt a new jersey for their football campaigns in 2020-2021 as fresh designs have leaked on the Internet.
Citisportsonline reports that the most telling feature is the horizontal and vertical line design which runs through the front of the kit, in both the home and away jerseys.
The Puma Ghana 2020-21 home shirt introduces a bold design featuring the same graphic as the away, albeit in a slightly more subtle, monochrome application.
The Puma logo is green and the back collar red.
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The Puma Ghana 2020-2021 away football shirt, on the other hand, introduces a bold and outstanding design in black with an eye-catching yellow and green graphic on the front.
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Despite being a new innovation, the jersey designs appear to have landed on the negative side of many Ghanaians, judging by reactions sighted by YEN.com.gh.
Winter Koranteng said the design is non-Ghanaian
My'kil Quame mentioned that the new jerseys have 'lazy designs' that even kids can do.
Frederick Mas Vitashie pointed out that he wanted the old jersey back
Meanwhile, the son of Andre Dede Ayew, the substantive captain of the Black Stars, has gone viral for scoring an amazing goal doing a football match.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Celebritiesbuzzgh, the eight-year-old lad, whose name is Liam Ayew, dribbled a number of defenders and then hit the ball at the back of the net.
It is indicated that the amazing video was first made public by Imani Ayew via her Instagram story, after which it was picked up by Celebritiesbuzzgh.
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